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Carstin Dillon
General information
Gender

Male

Occupation

Racing driver

Place of residence

United States

Aliases

Ace

Vehicle information
Model

Next-Gen 2017 Race Car SB-9

Class

Sports car, next-generation

Paint colour

Yellow, black

Eye colour

Brown

Tyres

Lightyear

Racing career
Racing competitions

Piston Cup Racing Series

Sponsors

Sidewall Shine

Competition number

3

Series information
First appearance

Mattel's 1:55 diecast toy series

Carstin "Ace" Dillon[1] is a Next-Gen race car that competes in the Piston Cup Racing Series with the number 3 for the Sidewall Shine team.

Physical Description

Carstin Dillon is a Next-Gen 2017 Race Car SB-9. He had Lightyear racing tires. His eye color is brown. He is painted in bright yellow with a black gradient spanning across his sides and hood, along with black and red stripes covering the hood and roof. The number 3 is placed directly on the side panels in a bold font. The Sidewall Shine logo appears on the rear quarter panels, as well as on the black strip on the hood. He has silver rims.

Trivia

  • He does not appear in Cars 3, but instead he has been released as a diecast toy car by Mattel as a part of their collaboration with NASCAR.
  • He is named after Austin Dillon, the NASCAR Cup Series driver who drives the #3 car for the 2021 season.
  • His number, 3, is written in the same font used on Austin Dillon's car. This number/font combination is much more widely known for appearing on Dale Earnhardt's car.
  • He is the only next-generation car with a logo that hasn't been redesigned after the replacement of the previous generation of race cars.
  • Racing number 3 was also used by Antonio, Arturo, Fletcher and Caleb Worley. Additionally, racing number 03 was used by Turbo Towtree.
    • The Sidewall Shine racing team traditionally used the number 74 instead. However, the number 3 was chosen for Carstin as a reference to the number used by the Austin Dillon in 2021 on whom he was based.

See Also

References

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